SEE JAMB/INSTITUTIONS 2018 OFFICIAL CUT-OFF MARKS
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY ABRAKA DELSU HAS JUST RELEASED ITS 2018/2019 POST UTME SCREENING FORM + CUT OFF MARK
This is to inform the general public and prospective applicants at the Delta State University Abraka Delsu that the University Management has just released its 2018/2019 Post UTME screening form plus admission Cut off marks.
DELSU 2018 POST UTME CUT OFF MARK
All candidates who chose DELSU as their first choice of university and scored 180 and above can apply for the 2018/2019 admission screening, but they must submit a copy of the jamb result
METHOD OF APPLICATION
1.Candidates are required to visit www.delsuonline.com to generate a virtual pin with N2,000 (Two thousands naira only). Evidence of payment (bank teller) for center screening (the cost covers honoraria for center facilitation,logistics for producing screening materials and security). Payment should be made to any of the followings banks; Unity Bank, Eco Bank, UBA, Zenith Bank, Fidelity Bank
Ensure that JAMB registration number and names are correctly entered. Errors will not be entertained.
PROCEDURE TO GENERATE YOUR VIRTUAL PIN
*click online application
*click screening exercise
*complete the form with valid jamb registration number
*submit the form and generate pin
*print out the pin generated
*visit any of the specified banks for payment
Candidates should with the pin for payment access and complete the Delta State University, Abraka 2018 screening form online at www.delsuonline.com with their coloured passport and photograph scanned to the JPEG format and not more than 20kb in size.
Candidates are advised to used virtual pin immediately after payment as it will be invalid after six (6) hours after its generation.
Candidates are advised to read the information on the front page of website before completing the form.
Application website close at 6;00 pm on Friday 27th July 2018.
The screening will take place at site III Abraka campus from Tuesday 31st July to Saturday, 4th August, 2018. The Screening as usual will involve an aptitude test.